September 17, 1847
Included are two letters regarding a speech by Mott, in Worcester, with a title Reforms of the Age. One writer cannot agree with her because she seems to say that to be a working abolitionist one must renounce Calvanistic thinking. This is signed merely by a “Q”.
The second letter, unsigned, praises her talk:…”I felt richly paid for my trouble and expense in going to hear her.”